A recent article in U.S. News and World Report, quoted Mary Giovagnoli, Director of the...
“Brief, Casual and Innocent" Absences from the United States
This practice advisory discusses the “brief, casual and innocent” standard under existing case law. Though such case law may inform USCIS’s review of absences from the United States, DACA adjudicators are not bound by these decisions. Courts have often adopted generous interpretations of the “brief, casual and innocent” standard, and it is hoped that USCIS will do the same in the DACA context.
Published On: Tuesday, January 29, 2013 | Download File